Buy & Cellar

A few of September’s top picks—and when to drink them.


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Editor's Choice: Drink after 2022  

97 Cavallotto 2007 Riserva Vignolo (Barolo). This has floral aromas of violet layered with spice and truffle, while the palate delivers cherry, mint and cinnamon. Nice complexity but still young. Michael Skurnik Wines. —Kerin O’Keefe
abv: 14.5%      Price: $98

Cellar Selection: Drink after 2015    

96 Glaetzer 2010 Amon-Ra Unfiltered Shiraz (Barossa Valley). Despite this wine’s weight, it retains superb balance and structure. Firm acids and tannins support the blueberry fruit, while notes like mocha add dimension. Epicurean Wines. —Joe Czerwinski
abv: 15.1%      Price: $110

Best Buy: Drink after 2018

91 Château Rousset-Caillau 2011 Bordeaux Supérieur. This has weight and aging potential. Dry tannins are balanced with ripe berry fruits and juicy acidity. House of Burgundy. —Roger Voss
abv: 13.5%       Price: $15

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